[Histonet] reticulin/snooks

Philip Oshel oshel1pe <@t> cmich.edu
Thu Dec 6 12:34:00 CST 2007


The electron microscopy supply companies are the usual places for 
uranyl salts. These are Biological Stain Commission certified, but 
they are the pure (or nearly) powders.
Electron Microscopy Supplies

Structure Probe, Inc. aka SPI

Also, regular chemical companies like Sigma-Aldrich have uranyl nitrate.


>Who uses Snook's method for their retic stain??  If you do where do you get
>your uranium nitrate?? I ask Rowley and they don't supply it anymore because
>of it's hazards??  Am I missing something???
>Cheri Miller HT ASCP
>Histology Supervisor
>Physicians Laboratory Services, Inc.
>Omaha, NE 68117
>402 738 5052
Philip Oshel
Microscopy Facility Supervisor
Biology Department
024C Brooks Hall
Central Michigan University
Mt. Pleasant, MI 48859
(989) 774-3576

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